Bhagavad Gita

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  • A Tiger For Malgudi Summary

    The Fictional World of R K Narayan: A Study Metaphysical Novels Chapter VI A Tiger for Malgudi A. Phaniraja Kumar In this Metaphysical Chapter, A…

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  • Pythagoras And Strabo: The Soul Of The Soul

    In Plato's view of the transmigration of the soul from body to body, however, there is a difference. Plato claimed the soul tends to become impure during these bodily inhabitations although a minimal former life knowledge remains. However, if through its transmigrations the soul continues doing good and eliminates the bodily impurities it will eventually return to its pre-existence state. But, if the soul continually deteriorates through its bodily inhabitations it will end up in Tartarus, a…

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  • Sikhism In South Asia

    Marlenis Rey Asia 152: Final Paper Prompt # 5 Over the past three millennia, the South Asian subcontinent has seen the arrival of various immigrant groups, who have all shaped the political structures and cultural forms of the region in various ways. With this in mind, compare and contrast the belief systems of two or more philosophies or religions that have started in or traveled to South Asia, noting, where relevant, their connections to empire and culture (literature, theater, dance, music,…

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  • Hum 105 World Mythology Paper

    | Course Syllabus College of Humanities HUM/105 World Mythology | Copyright © 2011, 2009, 2005 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. Course Description This course provides an overview of mythology and its relationship to ancient and current cultures. The course covers the purposes and types of myths, the development of myths and mythological characters, the common elements of mythological structures, the predominant characteristics of deities and sacred places in myth,…

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  • Good And Evil In The Immortal Of Parahati, By Amish Tripathi

    Good and Evil are the ways of life for every living entity. Our creation and destruction is through Good and Evil through balance and imbalance. This is true rule for plants, stars, and every sentient and non-sentient thing. According to Bhagavad Gita the universe is always trying to maintain the balance of good and evil.We must aid this by ensuring this that good is not enjoyed excesively.Or else the universe will re-balance itself by creating evil to counteract good. That is the purpose of…

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  • Symbolism Of Vedic Culture

    1 INTRODUCTION Foundation of the Vedic culture emanates from the philosophy and science of Yajï. Yajï is the perennial symbol of this divine culture (Pandya, 2009b). The Sanskrat word ‘Yajïa’ etymologically means ‘to worship’, ‘to unite or connect’, ‘to do charity unconditionally (däna ) in right manner to the deserved. Gayatri and Yajïa are described as the pillars of Indian philosophy and culture. The four vedas signify the philosophy of the eternity and absolute complementary role of…

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  • Trimungam Symbolism

    In the Shiva tradition of Hinduism, Shiva is seen as the Supreme God. Lingam or Linga is the Sanskrit word for Shiva’s phallus it is used as a symbol for the worship of Shiva. The origin of the lingam dates back to the early Indus Valley civilization. The Lingam is not mentioned in the Vedas yet still the Lingam is a major symbol of worship to many. Even with its absence from the Vedas, the Shiva Lingam is of importance in many other major Hindu scriptures, including the Puranas. As stated by…

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  • Cultural Impact On Indian Culture

    Globalization has a wide role to play worldwide. It has left back its footprints at every sphere of life. Not only in India, but the interchange of world views and ideas have resulted in a major transformation of the lifestyle and living standard of people globally. Indian culture is no bar to this transformation process. Our deep rooted traditions and customs have loosened up their hold with the emergence of globalization. India has a rich cultural background and pride of its culture is famous…

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